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Box 158

1 By-laws, Williams County Firemen’s Association
2 Meeting minutes
a. Annual Meeting in Tioga, 6/13/1954
b. Special meeting in Ray, 11/1/1955
c. Special meeting in Williston, 10/10/1957
3 Correspondence – n.d., 1955-1958
4 Williams County Firemen’s Association logos
5 Williams County Firemen’s Association letterhead
6 Invitations, Regional Fire School, 4/13/1958
7 Press release – Civil Defense Expenditures May Come From County Emergency Funds
8 Articles: titled “Montana Fire Chief to be One of Principal Speakers at N.D. Firemen’s Meet” and “Thousands Expected in Williston For Convention of North Dakota Firemen’s Association June 5-7”
9 “Welcome Firemen! Williams County Firemen’s Association, Have a Good Time! Come Back Again!”
10 Brochure – Fourth Annual North Dakota Fire Officers Training School, 3/24-26/1958
11 Fighting Rural Fires (reprinted from Firemen for May, 1953)
12 Material resulting from class discussion on rescue and human lives
13 “To The Board of City Commissioners, Ray, North Dakota, Application to move a dwelling or structure of to construct any building in the City of Ray, N.D.”
14 Wisconsin Council of Firemen’s Associations
a. Firemen’s Training Bill 297A with Substitute Amendment 1A
b. Wisconsin State Board of Vocational and Adult Education, Fire Service Training Program Specialty School
c. Wisconsin State Board of Vocational and Adult Education, Progress
Report on the Firemanship Training Program
d. “Rural Fire Departments at Work,” presented at the twenty-fourth annual fire department instructors conference, Memphis, Tennessee, 1/8-11/1952
15 Williams County Firemen’s Association cards
16 Williams County Firemen’s Association, 5th Annual Firemen’s Convention nametags

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